Education is one of the most important cornerstones of self-sufficiency and quality of life. It is also a crucial factor in addressing the long-term challenges on the reservations Partnership With Native Americans (PWNA) serves. Our education services assist Native American students from pre-kindergarten to high school. (See Higher Education for college services.)
By addressing both immediate and long-term educational needs, PWNA helps our partner schools and colleges motivate students and retention.
PWNA supports K-12 education partners through:
- essential school supplies for about 25,000 students on 25+ reservations
- literacy supplies and incentives to motivate reading and encourage adult-child reading time
- incentive products used by Head Start partners focused on early childhood education
(Related programs: American Indian Education Fund (AIEF))